SOLD OUT! Online Improv Elective: “French Baguettes and Malay Pulled Tea”

“French Baguettes and Malay Pulled Tea”: Playing with Different Cultures, with Aree Witoelar

About this Event

The world is a cauldron of inspiration for improv. We come from different places with rich stories to tell. Yet we don’t celebrate them enough! These little details often bring rich textures and inspire you to new scenes. Improv is bringing out stories you have not played before.

There’s never been a better time to hear stories from Western and Eastern culture. But how do you use your culture? How do you treat others and play them respectfully?

In this workshop, we will share our stories and connect as humans around a campfire. You’ll get to appreciate the world’s many cultures and get a moment to step into another person’s sandals. And you’ll be happy with the wonderful mosaic that is you.

Class includes:

? How to bring your culture onstage

? How to be respectful and fun at the same time

? How to not use stereotypes

Min. participants 6, max. participants 12. If we have to cancel the event due to low numbers, we will do this with 24 hours notice.

Aree Witoelar is a Norway-based improv teacher, performer and community builder from Indonesia. He is the founder and artistic director of Impro Neuf International – Norway’s largest improv community with over 1,000 members from over 50 countries. He has been improvising since 2005 and now with The Improv Speakeasy. Aree believes in bringing the global voice to the improv stage. In the new era of online improv, he is teaching improv to every corner of the world and performing duos with over 100 players in 40 countries.

This experienced elective runs Sunday 31st January 3 – 5.30 pm GMT

Experienced (18 months+) A class for skilful players, especially those who have finished improv training programmes at their school and are looking to widen their horizons. These classes will make the assumption that you are comfortable performing longform improvisation and will push you.

NB: Our electives frequently sell out, but do not despair if this class has. You have not missed your shot. If enough people join the waiting list, we are often able to put the same class on a few days after or in parallel. So if you were excited, join up and we will be in touch.

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